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Volkl's Bio-Logic Technology Explained

For the 2009/10 ski season, Volkl introduces an entirely new concept, called Bio-Logic, that delivers a huge leap in performance PLUS the potential to reduce injury.
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While women’s products have grown to more than 37% of adult ski sales, equipment suppliers have failed to introduce a significant innovation in the category for several years. Völkl introduces an entirely new concept, called Bio-Logic, that delivers a huge leap in performance PLUS the potential to reduce injury. 3 key attributes allow the new Bio-Logic system to create a revolutionary blend of improved performance and ease of use: Stance. Geometry. Flex.

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